Contributed by tbert on from the absolutely-getting-mugged dept.
Michael W. Lucas is the author of one of the suggested books about OpenBSD titled, "Absolute OpenBSD: UNIX for the Practical Paranoid". On November 13th, 2013 Michael gave a talk about OpenBSD to the Michigan User Group (mug.org). Videos of the talk are now available (links below), and the description from his blog reads:
Among other things, I compare OpenBSD to Richard Stallman and physically assault an audience member. (Brian was a very good sport, and learned an important lesson about volunteering, i.e. don't.) We also talk long long time, memory randomization, PF, BSD license versus GPL, Microsoft, and other OpenBSD stuff.
And, of course, the importance of the VAX.
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